AIM

The project’s overarching objective is to align vocational education and training (VET) with labour market demands. In addition, the project aims to innovate VET with an interactive online application for creating a personal learning journey tailored to the contemporary labour market, which will transform users into holistic new workers.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The project will develop and implement the Future Skills Cockpit (FSC) tool on a European level. This will allow to create a target group-oriented instrument that is tailored to the future labour market and offer European career starters the opportunity to reflect on their own competencies and to find out which interdisciplinary skills they still need for their future career.

MAIN ACTIVITIES

– Organization and implementation of a transnational workshop for the development of a portfolio of future skills as a basis for the definition of future skills in the tool
– Tool design and planning
– Tool design and planning
– Organization and implementation of a ‘train the trainer’ workshop.
– Organization and implementation of the prototype test with the target population in all partner countries.

TARGET GROUPS

– Career starters
– Trainees
– People with a maximum of 2 years of professional experience

PROJECT PARTNERS

  • Active Youth (Lithuania)
  • Ibis Acam (Austria)
  • Civil Centrum (Hungary)
  • SRL (Italy)

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